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Silesian Station by David Downing
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Jun 09, 08

bookshelves: germany, spy, world-war-ii
Read in June, 2008

Downing's created a really interesting character in John Russell, who's a rather refreshing change from the types that tend to crop up in WWII literature. Russell has his heroic elements, but he's also deeply believable - his moral center isn't so righteous that he loses his sense of self-preservation, and his relationships with the women in his life are charming in their very ordinariness.
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